5 Key Steps Of Investment Due-Diligence

Every investor has his/her own investment strategy and things they look for in promising companies – but there is a must-pass list of questions that helps them navigate the crowded startup space. Here are the basic steps of company due-diligence that Angel groups use to evaluate the potential investment deal. Keep reading this post

What Things To Look At When Investing In A Startup?

Investing in startups is the new black – everyone wants to do it. And with the JOBS Act Title III going into power this May, everyone will be able to invest in private companies. In connection with that, a lot of people are wondering how to do it – how to evaluate a potential investment opportunity, especially on the early stage of the company. Here are some of the red flags that startup investors can spot in a startup that is likely to fail:

  1. A small or unscalable idea
    Investors tend to have more interest and trust to ideas that appeal to a big number of potential customers. They would most likely support a startup whose product appeals to everyone and anyone, than a small niche business that only appeals to a very narrow market. Keep reading this post